We Must Not be Silent As Our Churches Are Vandalized

An ominous silence surrounds the attacks on Catholic churches nationwide. The violence takes the form of arson, vandalism and statue smashing. Catholics see satanic symbols, obscenities and graffiti sprayed upon statues and church buildings. The … Continue reading

Prayer and Support Police Rallies to Blanket America

If there is one thing that keeps order in society, it is the police’s protective presence. The police are always there when crime and disorder strikes. To ensure that this presence continues, Return to Order … Continue reading

The COVID Crisis Has Turned Society Into a Tower of Babel

There is something almost biblical about the present chaos and confusion. It defies a secular explanation or narrative by its immense scope. Not so long ago, we were one people, and yet now we are … Continue reading

Is the End of the American Office a Good Thing?

As the lockdowns swept the nation, governments and companies encouraged employees to work from home. Almost instantly, the number of remote workers is believed to have doubled or even tripled. The business world was thrown … Continue reading

Beware! The Left Is Remaking the World Again

The seditious uprisings in response to George Floyd’s death have shaken the nation. New York Times op-ed writer Amna Akbar calls them “far different from anything that has come before.” As proof of this new wave, she points … Continue reading

How Blessed Isabel of France Shows that Suffering is More Important than Enjoying Life

Very few know that Saint Louis  IX, King of France, had a sister who was beatified by the Church.  Her feast day is celebrated on February 21. Her biographical information is taken from Réné François … Continue reading

Princeton’s Proposed Academic Code leaves no Room for Truth

The faculty of Princeton University presented a list of demands to the administration in the form of a 4,122-word letter with four hundred signatories. Many points would only interest those connected to Princeton. However, one … Continue reading

The Night Baseball Died in Revolutionary America

The strangest of baseball seasons became even more bizarre as it took on political overtones by openly supporting Black Lives Matter. In so doing, the baseball establishment broke a revered rule by which sports remained … Continue reading

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